I remember it was on my sophomore year or high school where I came across this novel so it was probably 2010 or 2011. It may not be anything special to people or be the highest or most amazing novel but I would like to find it, if not for nostalgia's sake. I found it in the adult section for romance books that were small paperback novels.
I don't think it was a series, just a novel about a muse. The nine muses in Greek mythology were goddesses of the arts and sciences, and were daughters of Zeus, the king of the gods, and Mnemosyne, the goddess of memory.
These are the list of muses. I just copied it from some site (shameless I know, but when you're desperate....)
Thalia - Muse of comedy and idyllic poetry.
Melpomene - Muse of tragedy.
Cleo - Muse of history.
Euterpe - Muse of lyric poetry. (This is probably the main character)
Terpsichore - Muse of music and dancing.
Erato - Muse of erotic poetry.
Calliope - Muse of epic poetry and rhetoric. (or this)
Urania - Muse of astronomy.
Polyhymnia or Polymnia - Muse of sacred hymns and harmony. (IDK)
The main character is a muse. In this universe, the Greek gods are still functioning in modern society with Zeus being a major CEO of a corporation or something. I don't know which muse is the main character but I was think it may either be Euterpe or Calliope because the muse was stated as being the most unknown and useless in modern society.
So Zeus basically decrees that she needs to find her place in the world or else (I don't remember the or else, maybe she would disappear or die from being useless or something). (Maybe it was fall in love or compose something.) All I can remember is the conflict between herself the world, her purpose, and Zeus. I'm not sure if there was romance as I read it for the interesting aspect of Greek Mythology. It was an interesting read and I hope to find it again someday. Also her name is not Muse and she is not beyond the Veil, no.